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Warren Kinsella Still Punditing

I’m always surprised when some big important guy is caught reading The Bulldog. No I don’t mean Mayor Jim Watson, our loyalist reader. Nor former mayor Larry O’Brien who spits when he hears the two words Ken and Gray. O’Brien … Continue reading

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The Hidden Municipal Party Agenda

This is a comment from avid Bulldog reader Ron Benn looking at the role party workers play in the municipal election: As we contemplate the question of why some candidates attract more funding than others, consider the role of the … Continue reading

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Mahoney To Seek Liberal Nomination

So here I am poppin’ through the email inbox when golly gee there’s a note from Richard Mahoney. Hi Richard, how are you doin’? Long time, no talk. Mahoney is a lawyer, a bit of a consultant and is now trying to … Continue reading

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Slow Down Kathleen Wynne

The Toronto Star’s Martin Regg Cohn says haste can make waste in rushing to make decisions with a new government. That is a warning to newly elected Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. The premier may have a short honeymoon, but she can … Continue reading

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Watson’s Rift With Wynne

People who are in a difficult spot remember who their friends are and who didn’t show up when the going got tough. I’m blessed by my friends because they have continually been behind me during unfortunate times. I’m the luckiest … Continue reading

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Kinsella Forecasts Weather And The Election

The weather can have a pronounced effect on voter turnout, Liberal pundit Warren Kinsella says:

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Kinsella Takes On The OPP

Liberal pundit Warren Kinsella is steaming about the Ontario Provincial Police:

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Premier Hudak Wins Debate: Kinsella

What kind of political leadership do we have in Ontario when Tory leader Tim Hudak can win a televised debate? Here’s Liberal pundit Warren Kinsella’s verdict on the debate:

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Ontario Tories Lead, But No Majority

Here are the latest polling figures from ThreeHundredEight.com on the Ontario election:

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Ontario Vote A Two-Party Race

The website ThreeHundredEight.com has the Progressive Conservative party leading in popular vote in the upcoming Ontario election.

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Separate Church And State On Abortion

Don’t we have separation of church and state in Canada? So why is a Roman Catholic bishop out of sorts with Liberal leader Justin Trudeau wanting only pro-choice new candidates? And why is this church leader picking on one party … Continue reading

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Hudak To Cut City Jobs, Liberals Claim

This is a release from the Ontario Liberal Party: Today, PC Leader Tim Hudak confirmed that his 100,000 Pink Slip Plan includes municipal job cuts: “So the size of the public service, the province of Ontario… With its agencies, municipalities … Continue reading

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Kathleen Wynne Is Right About Federal Tories

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is right. Federal Conservative policies have not been kind to Ontario. Bad enough the vibrant Alberta economy and its oil were propping up the loonie for quite some time, making Ontario manufactured goods more expensive to … Continue reading

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Wynne Must Fight McGuinty Legacy

Martin Regg Cohn, the excellent Queen’s Park gumshoe for the Toronto Star, says voting in Ontario is like choosing the lesser of three evils: In the first moments of her first provincial election as Liberal party leader, Kathleen Wynne faced … Continue reading

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Poll Predicts Quebec Liberal Majority

The latest standings at ThreeHundredEight.com for the Quebec provincial election show a Liberal majority come April 7.

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Two Papers, Two Stories: Kinsella

Liberal pundit Warren Kinsella comments on the now-you-see-them, now-you-don’t nature of journalism in this humorous observation:

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Website Predicts PQ Majority

ThreeHundredEight.com has put out its projections for the results of the April 7 Quebec provincial election. The polling site foresees a majority government for the Parti Quebecois.

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Bob Chiarelli’s Little Political Miracle

Ottawa West-Nepean MPP Bob Chiarelli is a very capable person. Under Premier Dalton McGuinty he was the minister of transportation and infrastructure. Those are two enormous portfolios. Then he decides to support Sandra Puppatello in the provincial Liberal leadership campaign. … Continue reading

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Ont. Liberal Leadership Hopefuls Debate In Ottawa

This is a release from the Ontario Liberal Party: On Tuesday December 18th, 2012, the 2013 Ontario Liberal Party Leadership Candidates will participate in the Ottawa Leadership Debate.

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Ontario Teachers Are Looking Out For No. 1

With respect, we have returned to memories about the teachers who helped us during our formative years. But today, there is less respect. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario is conducting rotating strikes across the province.

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Build Sustainable Municipal Infrastructure, Rae Tells FCM

This is a release from the Liberal Party of Canada: OTTAWA– Canada needs strong leadership on energy and climate change, and greater federal investments to help create greener, more resilient cities and communities, said Liberal Leader Bob Rae in a … Continue reading

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What’s Behind NHL Lockout?

There’s more on the Bulldog Group of News Sites than just Bulldog Ottawa. On Bulldog Business, we discuss the basis for the NHL work stoppage and it’s not about concern for the game. On Bulldog Canadian, kudos to Ottawa Centre … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget The Other Bulldogs

On Bulldog Canadian today, we discuss whether Ottawa Centre MPP Yasir Naqvi has the right stuff to be Liberal leader. And on Bulldog Business, we talk tech as Apple starts to look like just another company. Remember Bulldog Ottawa devotees, … Continue reading

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What Should McGuinty Do Next?

On Bulldog Canadian today, we discuss if Dalton McGuinty should run federally. And on Bulldog Business, we explore what ever happened to the good discussion on the Lang and O’Leary Exchange.

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Watson Thanks McGuinty For Public Service

This is a release from Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on Dalton McGuinty’s resignation as premier. To read Bulldog Canadian’s take on the McGuinty years, click here:

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